the gallerist's guide to surviving frieze

Andi Galdi Vinko photographed our six favourite booths and projects at this year's Frieze London, as they gave us their tips for what to see and how to survive spending six days in a tent full of art in Regent's Park.

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Oct 16 2015, 3:50pm

ÅYR, Frieze Projects

What's your favourite booth at this year's fair?
The two booths who had works by Ettore Spalletti, Marian Goodman and Lia Rumma, and Annette Kelm at Andrew Kreps

Describe your project in five words?
Dark, dark, dark, dark, scary.

What's your top tip for surviving Frieze?
Sleep through it. 

König Gallery, Berlin

What's your favourite booth at this year's fair?
The small one behind our stand, where they are hiding kids with long hair.

Describe your booth in five words?
Make it 4 letters: L.I.F.E.

What is your top tip for surviving Frieze?
Come to Germany! 

Ed Fornieles, Carlos/Ishikawa

What's your favourite booth at this year's fair?
Best booth this year is Amalia Ulman Presenter Arcadia missa

describe your project in five words?
Anxiety vomit - serenity now.

what is your top tip to survive frieze?
Have like a lot of money. 

Ken Kagami, Misako and Rosen

What's your favourite booth at this year's fair?
Hauser & Wirth and also 47 Canal

Describe your project in five words?
Breast, Penis, Poo, Paper, Pen.

what is your top tip for surviving Frieze?
Masturbate in the toilet.

Société Berlin

What's your favourite booth at this year's fair?
Société!

Describe your booth in five words?
Wepresent newworksby petracortright timursiqin andjoshkolbo

What is your top tip for surviving Frieze?
thejuicewell.co.uk

The Breeder, Athens

What's your favourite booth at this year's fair?
Always Larry's.

Describe your booth in five words?
Future soft ruins remote places

What is your top tip for surviving Frieze?
Meditating on Alexandra Kehayoglou's landscape floor installation in our booth.

Credits


Photography Andi Galdi Vinko